[D8905AIW], Letter from Arnedi Vernes to Thomas Alva Edison, November 30th, 1889


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[D8905AIW], Letter from Arnedi Vernes to Thomas Alva Edison, November 30th, 1889

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My dear Mr. Edison I am very sorry not to have be able to say good bye to you and Mrs. Edison before leaving for Paris--and to tell you how much I have been pleased with all the work down by the Edison local companies I am very happy to say that the Edison station's are the only one carried out with any general idea of what is worked--they may put fifty machines in a five story building, but they have no idea of putting only one right.##Mr. D;tess has been very good to me in Chicago and has giving me some very useful information--oficially regarding the [Sperry?] light. I am glad to hear of the success in Canada and hope that every one will soon "Rendre a Cesar ce qui tu apparatient"?##I have a favor to ask you it is to send me your photograph with your autograph--If you can also and me too--one for Mr. Lair, the President of our Telephopne co and one for Jackson Cabrette of the Figaro, you will greatly oblige this gentleman. Send to 69 Boulevard Malesherbes Paris at my private address. Hoping to hear from you about the Phonograph and thanking you for all you have shown me I wish to believe yours most sincerely. Arn Vernes




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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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